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A Comedy Celebration of IWD for 6th Year Running

We kick off our comedy year once again with our annual all female comedy show for the 6th year running to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Come aboard the Belfast Barge and celebrate local comedians including Sara Jade Davidson, Mary Flanigan, Debstar and Victoria Garret.   Our night will be headlined by The Twisted Sisters who will end the night on a funny note literally with their fantastic range of comedy songs including big knickers and their love song ‘How can I tell you that I miss you .. if you won’t f**k off?’  All these she-nanigans hosted by the marvellous MC Mags White.

Doors open at 8pm and it’s Bring your own drink.

Tickets are £10 so join us on 8th March by booking your tickets online here>>

Comedy Celebration for IWD 2017

November’s line up at the Crazy Cat Comedy Club

This month on the barge, we are delighted to have Mustafa Saed headlining.  Mustafa is active on the the comedy scene in both the north and south of Ireland.  He has also studied improv with Chicago’s Second City comedy troup and more recently he was asked to give a talk at a London Medical Conference to GP’s about the value of Improv when dealing with patients.  He is also committed to his Brazilian Ju Jitsu practise which keeps him fit so in his own words, he puts the slim in Muslim!

Supporting Mustafa are Sara Jade Davidson who recently performed her first one woman show at the Belfast Comedy Festival and Joel Katzen who will appease those who like their comedy mixed with nerdiness!  We are also delighted to have Debstar, an Australian comic who has been on the NI circuit for 3 years and is currently touring the UK with a colleague to bring comedy to social workers.   A great mix of entertaining and varied  acts to say the least.  The evening is hosted by Victoria E Armstrong.

Doors open 8pm and it’s BYO.  Tickets are £7 and can be booked online here >>

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Let the Lip Sync Battle begin on the Belfast Barge!

So while we’re still cooling off after the Belfast Comedy Festival, we’ve already started back to business as usual and planning the launch of our lip sync battle show.  If you’ve always felt hindered on karaoke nights by your lack of ability to sing then this is the perfect show for you.

If you haven’t a clue what a lip sync is, here’s a video from the Jimmy Fallon show in the US  that helped it’s rise to popularity ….

Join us as we have 6 competitors go head to head in this fantastically funny and entertaining show.    Here’s a pic from our last show in August 2016!

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We are looking for 6 people to perform on the night so if you are up for the banter as your favourite act, contact us via our contact page here >>

If you are  interested in coming along for a great night out with some great music, then book your tickets online here >>

Lip sync battle on the Belfast Barge

Say Hello to My Little Friend – A Murder Mystery Comedy Night

Let us take you back to the 1920’s with this gangster themed murder mystery comedy night. Titled‘Say hello to my little friend!’, this will be the Godfather of all murder mystery nights to date.

Put away your Tommy gun and put on your Fedora thinking hat as you help our investigating officer uncover the clues as to who dunnit!!

Fancy wearing your favourite flapper dress or maybe you have spats shoes to die for …literally. Fancy dress is optional but we will reward the best outfits that are untouchable!

Let us make you an offer you can’t refuse! Also included is a buffet supper fit for ole Scarface himself …AND …it’s BYO too! Yes we are a-talking to you!

As the murder mystery shows are popular, we advise booking early to avoid disappointment!

Doors open 8pm and you can book online here >>

Murder Mystery Comedy Night - Crazy Cat Comedy

October at the Crazy Cat Comedy Club is Music Night!

Our ever popular Crazy Cat Musical Comedy Night is back again and this time the line up includes Ashley Wragg with his Barra Best song which has been personally approved by Barra himself, Neil Dickson with his piano, with songs including the unforbidden love between 2 major NI politicians. We also have Steve Amos. Steve was featured this year in Belnash at the Titanic concert and his songs include life issues but maybe how he treats these issues is a bit different to other people.

Our headline act is The Inappropriates band who are very appropriate for our musical comedy night. They have made their name with their song ‘Scare Ho’ and if you haven’t heard it, you are seriously missing out. It’s a comical treat to the ears and imagination!

All this hosted by the musical comic talents of the retro loving Mags White.

Doors open 8pm and it’s a BYO venue.  Book your tickets online here >>

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The Belfast Barge welcomes the Two Terrys on 5th Oct!

Crazy Cat Comedy is thrilled to present ‘The Two Terrys’ at the Belfast Barge, on 5th October for the Bellylaughs Comedy Festival!

2 great comedians. 2 Terrys. 1 Great night.

Classic double act comedy. Sketches, Games, Straight guy/Funny guy and strictly for adults.

Terry Keyes, host of award winning comedy club and BBC’s Find me the Funny. Revels in Northern Irish humour without getting bogged down in gags about The Troubles. He’s the straight one.

Terry McHugh has fast become one of the best comedians in the North as proven by his recent support of Patrick Keilty and Jake O’Kane and rave reviews after appearing on BBC’s The Blame Game. He’s the funny one.

With support from Paddy McGaughey.

Doors open 8pm, it’s a BYO venue and you can book online here >>

The 2 Terrys

Crazy Cat Comedy Club is back with a music comedy line up!

Our ever popular Crazy Cat Musical Comedy Night is back again for the Bellylaughs Comedy Festival and this time the line up includes Ashley Wragg with his Barra Best song which has been personally approved by Barra himself, Neil Dickson with his piano, with songs including the unforbidden love between 2 major NI politicians.

We also have Steve Amos. Steve was featured this year in Belnash at the Titanic concert and his songs include life issues but maybe how he treats these issues is a bit different to other people.

Our headline act is The Inappropriates band who are very appropriate for our musical comedy night. They have made their name with their song ‘Scarehoe’ and if you haven’t heard it, you are seriously missing out. It’s a comical treat to the ears and imagination!

All this hosted by the musical comic talents of the retro loving Mags White.

Doors open 8pm and it’s BYO venue.  You can book tickets online here >>

music-comedy-night-oct-2016

Crazy Cat Comedy is thrilled to present ‘The Two Terrys’

2 great comedians. 2 Terrys. 1 Great night.

Classic double act comedy. Sketches, Games, Straight guy/Funny guy and strictly for adults.

Terry Keyes, host of award winning comedy club and BBC’s Find me the Funny. Revels in Northern Irish humour without getting bogged down in gags about The Troubles. He’s the straight one.

Terry McHugh has fast become one of the best comedians in the North as proven by his recent support of Patrick Keilty and Jake O’Kane and rave reviews after appearing on BBC’s The Blame Game. He’s the funny one.

With support from Paddy McGaughey.

Doors open 8pm, it’s a BYO venue and you can book online here >>

The 2 Terrys

Victoria E Armstrong debuts her one woman show ‘Fridg-it!’ on the Belfast Barge!

Victoria’s first stand up experience was an impromptu set in Gran Canaria in 2009, at an karaoke event. In 2011, she performed her first set in Belfast and has been performing at clubs all over Ireland and in London too. She now runs her own comedy events under the banner of Crazy Cat Comedy.

Victoria loved the benefits of laughter yoga so much she now teaches it and manages to find time to create corporate entertainment and fundraiser events and produce regular murder mystery nights.

She has hosted for names such as Kevin McAleer, Jimmy Cricket and Joe Rooney (Father Damo in Father Ted) to name a few and has worked alongside Tim McGarry and Jake O’Kane.

In this one woman show Victoria shares her experiences of growing up with a mother who’s tagline seemed to be ‘I didn’t know about that til I was 37’. She also gives an insight to sexaholics anonymous, why she never took up smoking and how she is completely chilled out that she lost her virginity to a fridge freezer and hence the cool show title just had to be ‘Fridg-it!’

Hosted by George Firehorse and support from William Thompson

Join Victoria on the Belfast Barge on 4th October as part of the Bellylaughs Comedy Festival 2016. Doors open 8pm and it’s a BYO venue.

Tickets can be booked online here >>

Victoria E Armstrong

The Belfast Barge may need to prepare for repairs!

In September, we’re strengthening the Belfast Barge floors, walls and overhead beams for a whole lotta laughter as we prepare for our headliner Victoria Garret.  With her rendition of Beauty and the priest, this won’t be a night for the faint hearted by any stretch of the imagination.

Victoria is best described as … an ex-drag queen, ex-man and ex-traordinary. Vicki is a force to be reckoned with, heckle if u dare!!! (And she will dare u!)

Support on the night comes from Kieran Mena, Andrew Bradbury and Donny Kingston who will also cause some damage with their quick wit and insightful humour.  Hosted by Victoria E Armstrong

Doors open 8pm.  It’s BYO and you can book your tickets online here >>

We have now partnered with Sainsbury’s who are happy to deliver your drink order and snacks directly to the Belfast Barge during their 7pm to 8pm slot on 4th August.  This is perfect for larger groups as well.  Click here to make your Sainsbury’s purchase and let us know via our contact page here >> to expect your order and sign for it.

CCCC Sept 2016